New Microsoft Edge features
- PDF Form Filling: Added the ability to fill in PDF based forms in Microsoft Edge, save them and print them
- PDF Annotations: The Web Note annotation feature now works in PDFs as well as web pages. You can use the “Make a Web Note” button on the top right of browser frame to invoke an annotations bar. Using different modes in the annotations bar, you can ink on the PDF, highlight text and erase your annotations. You can save the work onto the PDF file for later use.
- Table of Contents : For PDF documents with a table of contents, you will now see a new button for the Table of Contents on the left of the PDF toolbar. Click on any heading in the side pane to navigate to that part of the document.
- Better viewing and navigation: Added controls to rotate PDF documents for better readability and switch from one-page to two-page layouts, or change between continuous and per-page scrolling, for a better navigation experience for longer documents.
Windows Defender Application Guard
Announced last September in the Microsoft Edge Blog, Windows Defender Application Guard for Microsoft Edge is now available in Windows Insider Previews for Enterprise users in the Fast Ring. Microsoft Edge running in Application Guard provides enterprises the maximum level of protection from malware and zero day attacks against Windows. We’ll have more to share about WDAG in Microsoft Edge soon on the Edge Dev Blog.